What Is Difference Between Web.config Assemblies Element And Project File Reference Element

Sep 29, 2010

I'm looking at an asp.net application, i notice that there are assemblies defined into two places. In web.config there is configuration/system.web/compilation/assemblies/add elements. In the project file there are references setup under the Project/ItemGroup/Reference elements.

I was wondering, what is the difference between assemblies/references added in either location?

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